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    Save everything digital and I mean everthing I remember back in the day when I was a kid my mom saving everything. And I mean everything. It was almost like an obsession. She would save copies of bills, xmas cards, boxes, our school projects, magazines, newspapers, tests my brother and I passed (the bad ones went in the garbage), momentos, pictures, clothes and the list goes on. I thought she was nuts. She still is nuts. Just don't tell her I said that. She can get a little rowdy at the youn
http://shawncreilly.blogspot.com Your crazy if you do not think, your customers, prospects, friends, family, prospects, employer, interviewer, car salesman, coffee shop owner, acquaintances, people you just met are searching you and your reputation on the internet. This is a reality today. If I was to say this years ago, you would think I am nuts. I know my friends are saying you are already nuts. :) LOL. But anyway, your online reputation takes many forms. Try it on for size one day. Search you
M-Mobile USA, Inc. today announced More for Me™, a nationwide aggregation service that offers consumers the best in daily deals. The service is completely free. Beginning today, consumers using nearly any Android™-powered smartphone can download the beta version of the T-Mobile More for Me application from Android Market™ to get the best and timely offers, discounts and deals from some of the biggest names in daily deals tailored to their preferences, location and interests.   More for Me
Satellite deal to expand internet broadband in Africa Satellite connectivity provider SES moves to grow more in Africa THABISO MOCHIKO Published: 2011/05/31 07:47:32 AM   LUXEMBOURG-based satellite connectivity provider SES is expanding its presence in Africa through an agreement signed with French company YellowSat, to provide internet connectivity to governments and other institutions in Africa.   SES, which owns 20% of local pay-TV company TopTV, has also partnered with Kenyan televisi
1302 days ago 0 comments Categories: Other Tags: Skype founder sees upside for Microsoft after deal
(Reuters) - Skype founder Niklas Zennstrom said Microsoft could capitalize on its $8.5 billion acquisition of the Internet calling service by expanding into mobile and improving video call quality. "Skype's full potential hasn't been realized yet," said Zennstrom in an interview at the e-G8 forum in Paris, saying improvements in networks and devices such as smartphones meant the experience of using the service was still getting better. "I think that Microsoft has a huge opportunity to i
REDWOOD CITY, Calif., May 26, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- In a recently published report by Dell'Oro Group, the trusted source for market information about the networking and telecommunications industries, mobile infrastructure market revenues increased 22% during the first quarter of 2011 versus the year ago quarter, to $9.6 billion.  Sales of CDMA/EV-DO comprised almost one-third of the market's gain, with most of the strength coming from North America, where revenues jumped 65% versus the year-a
IBM, TechMahindra, Spanco bags Airtel's $500 Million outsourcing deal Bangalore: IBM, TechM and Spanco have bagged the Bharti Airtel's call centre contracts for its African operations. This five-year contract is worth around $500 million, with IBM and Spanco sharing most of the spoils and the deal will be signed soon. "Our partnership with IBM, Tech Mahindra and Spanco is aimed at redefining and providing a seamless customer experience in all 16 countries. The BPO model has significant benefits
1532 days ago 0 comments Categories: Others Tags: IPWireless scores 700 MHz network deal
IPWireless announced that Public Service Wireless (PSW) is deploying a high-speed wireless Internet network in the 700 MHz band utilizing IPWireless' platform to enable the operator to bring high-speed Internet access to its subscribers and enhance network coverage and capacity across central and southwest Georgia. IPWireless' TD-CDMA solution is upgradeable to LTE and is also being deployed in the New York City Wireless Network (NYCWiN), and in the neighboring South Georgia Regional In
1678 days ago 0 comments Categories: Telecom Service Tags: Telefonica combine Brazilian network
Spain’s Telefonica is to integrate its fixed-line and mobile networks in Brazil in a bid to revive the underperforming fixed-line arm, reports the Financial Times today. The Spanish group is to reportedly approach Portugal Telecom – its partner in local mobile firm, Vivo – over closer integration with its fixed-line arm, Telesp, which is struggling amid increasing competition. Telefonica is hoping that closer integration in areas suc
1678 days ago 0 comments Categories: Company Tags: VimpelCom/Kyivstar deal
VimpelCom’s merger with Ukrainian operator Kyivstar looks set to finally happen following a decision by VimpelCom investor Farimex to drop its Russian court case against Norway’s Telenor. Telenor and Russia’s Alfa Group last year decided to merge their holdings in VimpelCom, the country’s second-largest mobile operator, and Ukraine’s largest operator, Kyivstar, into a new New York-listed company VimpelCom Ltd as p
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